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First off all - thank you, thank you. Your help is greatly appreciated. Below you'll find a bunch of posts and graphics or feel free to write your own to post on your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Blogs or Instagram pages and any other kid lit related groups that you might be in. For the images, all you need to do is right click (or control click if you're on a Mac that doesn't have a right click) to download an image to your desktop and then just re-upload it to where-ever you are posting with this link http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz
Because we want to give a lovely thank you, that's more than words, can you post your name below in the comments (and any promo ideas if you have them) and use #CBAMGM17 in your posts? Once again, thank you, thank you and do let us know which are your favorites or if you have any clever copy to share :) xoxox
Kids love to laugh at all kinds of humor. They love parodies, slapstick, character-driven humor and even sophisticated irony and silly puns. Middle grade readers are especially eager to see humor in their books. Learn some of the rules of writing comedy in the Children’s Book Academy’s Brand New Interactive Middle Grade Mastery Class for very beginners to award-winners right here http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz
Idiosyncratic, clever and fun. These are just some of the defining features of some of the most memorable characters in middle grade fiction. Who can forget the wit of Charlotte the wordsmithing spider in E.B. White’s Charlotte’s Web or the wacky exuberance and charm of Astrid Lindgren’s Pippy Longstocking in Pippy Longstocking or the inimical yet ultimately beneficent sass and style of Willie Wonka in Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. None of the plots in these books would work without singular and unpredictable characters that generations of children have come to love. Learn how to create equally wonderful characters with compelling plots here http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz
It’s no mystery why middle grade mysteries are selling. They feature fearless (and sometimes really fearful) protagonists who solve riddles, find missing pets, missing parents or expose environmentally irresponsible companies. The feisty stars of middle grades allow children the opportunity to identify with heroes and heroines who demonstrate courage, pluck and resourcefulness. Hillary Homzie and Mira Reisberg will be teaching students in their amazingly can-do way how to create your own middle grade novel for very beginners to award-winners right here http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz
Character-driven, plot-driven, common core, nonfiction, biographies, mysteries, humor, fantasy, thrilling, funny, quirky, memorable, gut wrenching, loving emotional stories. These are some of the many topics award-winners Hillary Homzie and Dr. Mira Reisberg will teach as you learn to write a middle grade novel in this “sweet spot” “you can do it” interactive e-Course from the Children's book Academy!!! Click here to find out more!!! http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz (or http://www.childrensbookacademy.com/middle-grade-mastery.html )
Common Core has made non-fiction extremely hot! Publishers everywhere are looking for juicy non-fiction. Let the Children’s Book Academy show you where to look for ideas and how to fit your idea into the new standards for that popular genre known as middle grade novels that award-winners Hillary Homzie and Dr. Mira Reisberg make accessible for anyone to write http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz.
Sometimes kids want to just flip pages in a fast flurry. That’s why there are plot-driven books. Publishers everywhere cheer when they can acquire a well-written, well-paced plot-driven middle-grade book. Learn the secrets of plotting middle grade and graphic novels that appeal to even the most reluctant reader and why these books fly off the shelves. Click here for more http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz
Fun, fantastic and clever middle grade characters create memorable stories. Let the pros at the Children’s Book Academy show you the secrets to creating character-driven middle grade stories that thrill editors, agents, and most importantly kids. Take a peek at http://bit.ly/1RiHEqz The course starts April 3d but right now there are some fantastic discounts and bonuses.
Hillary Homzie and Mira Reisberg are hosting a special free webinar
Topics include: How to write memorable characters and/or find fantastic nonfiction topics
How to create powerful plots and/or foundational structures
How to connect with publishing decision-makers and persevere in submitting your work
When and how to be original
How to use language like a non-rhyming poet (unless you're using rhyme of course)
How to make yourself irresistible to editors and agents
Which pitfalls are most important to avoid
It's all happening Saturday March 25th 11AM PST/2PM Eastern. Click here to register http://bit.ly/7KidLitThings
Please let us know what you think and leave a comment below so that I can tag you in my software for a special gift later in the year. With love and gratitude ~ Mira